TEXAS LETTERS is an ongoing anthological work revolving around lives spent in solitary confinement in Texas. At the heart of this journey is the notion of the misuse of power: a gross violation of human rights that invariably leads to pain, suffering, and, in some cases, death. A collective work, it explores the loss of sanity, humanness, and, oftentimes, hope through the personal writings of a diverse and growing ensemble of people who have spent months, years, and sometimes decades within the bowels of these harsh and unrelenting conditions.
Proceeds go to the writers featured in the book.
JASON J. HERNANDEZ
ISRAEL GARCIA CAJAS JR
MICHAEL J. FELDER
numerous black and white photographs
First Edition, 2022
Width: 19.5 cm
Length: 24 cm
"By amplifying some of those most marginalised and invisibilised to wider society, Texas Letters offers them a voice and archive where their experiences will not be erased, but heard and seen."